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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6304 14-Jan-2006 18:20
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heya everyone

got a bit of a problem i recently found out when wanting to infrared some mp3s over to my gf's sisters VS2 - the stupid thing wont accept my mp3s (standard 128kbs) but will gladly accept my midi files. im using a s700i but dont think thats the problem.

i betcha it has to do with the firmware vodafone had put onto the vs2 rite? notcied the arrow and cross on her fone showing that she cant send on her mp3 or even midi - just the amr files.

anyone know of a way around this issue - ive tried looking all over but found no one or a forum topic with a similiar problem

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Reply # 26471 14-Jan-2006 23:49
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umm if you go on trademe you can probably pick up a usb cable for your cellphone and then you can just put files from your computer to your mobile. I don't know anything else about that other than what I have just written sorry.


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